Available across a variety of products, these solutions can reduce touchpoints without compromising functionality in a range of facilities, including healthcare, education, office buildings and other high traffic spaces where decreasing the spread of germs is essential to public safety.
Many businesses are looking for additional safety measures to ensure the health of employees as America reopens. To address new needs, consider offering one (or all) of these safety features to help customers manage the return-to-office as safely and comprehensively as possible.
PSB Exero is a monitoring platform that is compatible with all networked devices. Its powerful and user-friendly dashboard provides insight into device and network performance, and when a networked device goes down, Exero knows immediately, so it can be fixed immediately.
To say that security professionals’ plates are full at the moment would be an understatement. Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, the industry has stepped up to play a vital role in keeping people safe, secure and even healthy through uncertain and scary times.
Selling security as a service has become top of mind for systems integrators, especially as the pandemic creates poor economic conditions. With security services, dealers can receive recurring monthly revenue (RMR) from customers, making it easier to withstand a slowdown in business.
Visitor management, when done right, is like security, safety, receptionist, and analyst all in one. It keeps the building secure and safe from threats of all kinds (human, viral and other). It checks in visitors, logging who entered the building and when — and all of that valuable data can then be analyzed to tell building owners how the building is being used, and how they may better suit visitors’ needs.
Company leaders say the partnership will combine Google Nest’s hardware and services with ADT’s installation, services and professional monitoring network to create a more robust smart home experience for customers.
The Z-Wave Alliance recently released its second annual Z-Wave State of the Ecosystem Report, which examines smart home and connected technology — both in and outside of the home — and explores the smart home landscape as it exists today, current and future trends and new opportunities, with an emphasis on the role Z-Wave technology plays in the advancement of the industry.